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NC Policy Watch Crucial Conversation: Fragile Democracy - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Cerese
17:21
https://www.fragiledemocracy.com/
Lucille Howard
34:36
How did they enforce the law prohibiting one-shot voting ?
David Bland
47:08
How do you compare the voter surpression of today to yesteryear
Kate Torrey
47:50
National Holiday forE-Day!!!!
Sam Todd
47:55
What are chances the Voting Rights of 1965 being restored to its full impact and what role do you see Barrett’s appmt to the court may have on voting rights?
Harry Taylor
52:26
Story about James Walker sounds like Julius Chambers’ twin. Did they work together?
Patricia Butler
52:34
Threatened to murder the Gov. of Michigan? I never heard that!
Kenneth Rose
52:36
Was there a historical relationship between excluding Black persons from voting and excluding them from juries?
Jim Smith
54:15
how did disenfranchisement of felons fit into the history timeline?
David Bland
55:02
Consider the Repub. Vote drop boxes in CA
Rebecca Cerese
58:35
Whenever it is about moving our society forward in an equitable way, we never have the money. Plenty for war and tax cuts though!
Nicole Dozier
01:01:54
Hmm, some of us experience issues of blindspots within the party where most of us people of color are active/serve even.
Paula Jennings
01:03:02
Do you have a thought about gerrymandering and obtaining fair representation?
barbara w
01:06:07
Thank you both for being here!
ann McColl
01:06:07
What is your next research going to focus on?
Susan Lupton
01:06:29
Great session. Thank you!
pamela corbett
01:06:51
Thank you! This topic needs more attention.
Cheryl Elman
01:07:04
Thanks!
Adrienne Kelly
01:07:29
Thank you, very informative!
Rob Schofield
01:07:47
http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2020/10/13/oct-22-crucial-conversation-forecasting-the-2020-election-with-tom-jensen-of-public-policy-polling/
Jereann King Johnson
01:08:06
Thanks for this conversation!
Susan Steinberg
01:08:22
Thank you all!